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WPA321 VLAN / Management VLAN

Hey all,

i have a Network with multiple VLANs, VLAN 19-23 is for the WLAN (one per floor) because of security Reasons. All Switches got 192.168.1.xx IP Adresses. The VLANS have 192.168.19.xx to 192.168.23.xx So my WPA321 for example has the IP 192.168.19.2 (WIth VLAN 19 for WLAN Traffic) How can i set it up the way that the clients get the 192.168.19.xx IPs but the Router itself lies on the 192.168.1.xx network?

 

Thanks in advance!

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Are you talking about an

Are you talking about an autonomous AP right?

With regards to your case, you need to configure using the MBSSID setup, 
 

ASSUME: VLAN20 MGMT VLAN

 

dot11 ssid VLAN119

  vlan 19

  authentication open    -just a sample, configure as you desire

  mbssid guest-mode

 

interface dot11radio 0

  ssid VLAN19

  mbssid

  bridge-group 1        -already default, but just in case

 

interface dot11radio 0.19

  encapsulation dot1q 19

  bridge-group 2

 

interface gig0/0

  encapsulation dot1q 19

  bridge group 2

 

interface bvi 1

  ip address 10.10.19.10 255.255.255.0  -ip mgmt of AP


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AT SWITCH

interface f0/1

  switchport mode trunk

  switchport trunk native vlan 20  

  

 

pretty much explainable your WLAN traffic gets tag with VLAN19 and since the native vlan is 20, 

well you guessed it you can manage your AP

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